- EAB Pest Alert
- Signs & Symptoms
- EAB Field Guide
- EAB look-alikes
- More EAB look-alikes
- EAB Lifecycle (video)
- EAB- Part (video)
Ash Tree Identification
Quick Fact Sheets from NH Dept. of Agriculture
- EAB ID Sheet
- Saving Your High-Value Ash
- EAB quarantine information for Merrimack County
- Harvesting Wood in Merrimack County
- EAB Quarantine in Merrimack County (poster)
Emerald ash borer (EAB) was found in New Hampshire (Concord, March 2013). EAB attacks ash trees, and is responsible for the death of millions of ash trees in the midwest.
Help us slow the spread. Follow these steps:
- Take a picture and upload & report a possible sighting
- Don't move firewood There is a ban on untreated, out-of-state firewood in NH without a commercial or home heating compliance agreement. If you have taken wood from the Worcester, MA area, even if it was years ago, please visit this Survey for Worcester Residents Owning Property in New Hampshire.
- Sign up to receive bug updates.
- Learn more.
|Emerald Ash Borer damage:|
D-shaped exit holes
Traces of EAB damage